Town officials continued to make cuts Tuesday night, Jan. 14, with the municipal budget totaling about $80,000 and getting the bottom line close to what they hope voters will support on Town Meeting Day.

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The Senate Economic Development, Housing and General Affairs committee stepped out of Montpelier to discuss affordable housing on Thursday, Jan. 9.

On Saturday, Jan. 11, a group of volunteers spent their morning moving boxes and files – literally piles of Shelburne history – along with storage and display furniture, to their new home in t…

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The Vermont Fancy Felines Association show has been held for more than 20 years. “It just keeps getting bigger and bigger,” said Nancy Watt, this year’s show manager. “It has an international …

As reliably as potholes re-emerge after a freeze and thaw, the topic of paving Pond Road is back up for discussion as Shelburne town officials build next year’s municipal budget.

With the goal of having a budget completed by Jan. 21, the Shelburne Selectboard this week focused on whittling down the town government’s wish list for the coming year.

Efforts fell through to resolve a court case Friday, Jan. 3, against a well-known South Burlington businessperson, accused of committing lewd conduct on a vulnerable adult woman on her deathbed.

This year was all about the issues: With some large projects resolved and locals making a difference for the issues they cared about.

On the second day of Christmas, Sen. Patrick Leahy gave ... a press conference.

Town Clerk Diana Vachon is now a Certified Municipal Clerk (CMC), as awarded by the International Institute of Municipal Clerks.

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